Uganda’s Road to First Oil Map 2022 is a high-resolution PDF of Uganda detailing the geography, infrastructure and exploration and production activity planned or in progress to produce first oil in Uganda. This large and detailed map shows the complete route of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP). Insets show the EACOP system’s technical layout, Kingfisher Development Area, Tilenga Development Area and Kabaale Industrial Park. An Oil and Gas Licence Areas inset details owners and operators of production areas, exploration activity and discoveries, as well as licensing rounds, prospects, unlicensed areas and feeder lines for the pipeline. This map first appeared in The Energy Year Uganda 2022 and is featured in the Uganda 2022 Map Pack.
Uganda’s Road to First Oil Map 2022
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